In the Dark

In the Dark

Low key documentary recording the daily life of an elderly blind man in Russia.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

In 1984, a hidden crime became a deep, dark secret between friends. Five years later, on Halloween night 1989, the secret got out. Here is the actual footage of the events of October 31 and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason (mx) wrote: In this topical drama presented by here! films, THE NANNY's Charles Shaughnessy stars as a scientist who may be the world's only hope for salvation. Though David Terran is the laughingstock of the scientific community, his theories become valued when Iranian nuclear testing threatens humanity. But even David's ideas may not be enough; he may have to reunite with an old friend to make things work.

rocko p (gb) wrote: The daily struggles these guys go through to conquer even the simplest of tasks is incomprehinsible.

David L (ca) wrote: Skip this and read the manga instead.

Gary P (ca) wrote: Love this franchise, Joe Pesci can sometimes get annoying but thats the point I guess

Javier M (es) wrote: Excelente! un manejo surrealista increible!

G Brandon H (br) wrote: Great little French thriller. Definitely worth watching.

Dennis L (kr) wrote: Natalie Wood is amazing and very believable in her role. Very interesting, real characters. Definitely recommended.

Hesham A (nl) wrote: one of De Sica's art pieces

Tans D (br) wrote: Hate to say it, but I found it terribly boring. It started off so strong with the first 2 minutes, but went rapidly downhill from there. Probably Boris Karloff's worst film.

Logan M (ru) wrote: Jim Carrey carries this movie the same way he carries all of his less impressive films.

Paul O (br) wrote: Yes. You can do better,,,Making a film is diffcult and does take a budget... this did not have one..

Edward K (kr) wrote: Students from the after-school film club at the Tibetan Service Center of New York:Pinkyxoxo: I really liked the movie, "The Hunters." It was very interesting. I liked how Trip, Paxton, and Dylan escape their problems undefeated. Furthermore, I liked their smart characters.TS: There was a lot of adventure and foreshadowing in the movie. The ending was not very clear, but other than that the action and setting dovetailed well with the mission Tripp, Paxton, and Dylan were given. Overall, I thought the movie was well made and worth watching.Chouu: I like the movie because it becomes a mystery and the ending is unexpected. Furthermore, I like the part when the girl who actually turns out to be the antagonist tells the group that they should not have given her the clue to lead the way to make the vase. In addition, I like when they have clues and have to figure things out.

Josh M (au) wrote: Yankee Doodle Dandy is a cliche packed, guilty pleasure, made sublime by the galvanic performance of James Cagney as song and dance man George M. Cohan. Directed by the capable Michael Curtiz, who could apparently direct anything, it also has gorgeous B & W cinematography from the great James Wong Howe and wonderful supporting performances by some great Warner Brothers contract players like Walter Huston, S.Z. Sakall (Carl from Casablanca) and Cagney's sister Jeanne playing his movie sister.The main reason to see this is for the joyful musical numbers, in particular, the title song, Give My Regards to Broadway, and It's a Grand Ol' Flag. Cagney doesn't even try to sing but spits out the lyrics with bravado and hoofs so engagingly that you can't take your eyes off him. He's no Fred Astaire, but he has such a wonderful fluid style and such a compact, lithe athleticism that he's just as watchable. The overblown chorus numbers are crackling entertainment, but be warned that they are not even half of the film's running length, so you'd have to skip through your DVD menu to avoid the schmaltzy and often maudlin scenes, like the elder Cohan's deathbed scene, which I ate up for dinner, but are for old movie fans only.Cohan comes off as arrogant and self-absorbed, but Cagney infuses him with humanity and warmth, so we can see why his family, friends and business associates might put up with him. I have no idea how accurate YDD is to reality, apparently Cohan was a nasty fellow who tried to bust the actor's union and had a savage cruel streak. Not here.The drama such as it is, has all the essential show biz bio flick scenes: the early struggling years, the hero's comeuppance, huge success straining the personal relationships, and the decline when the hero is considered a relic of the past, culminating in a big unexpected comeback. The film is book ended by a visit when Cohan is summoned to the White House by Roosevelt, where he related his life story to the President, who seems to have a lot of time to listen (the two hour length of the movie) especially during WWII, where you'd think the man might have more pressing concerns. This is not at the top level of the great old musical bio flicks, but it's lots of fun. It's really not much without Cagney, and fortunately this film offers a heaping helping of him.